Twin 60-Story Aria Reserve Towers Unanimously Approved By UDRB, With Sales Said To Be Strong

Melo Group’s Aria Reserve in Edgewater was granted a key approval this week, and sales of condo units are said to be strong.

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board voted unanimously on Wednesday to recommended approval of the project to Miami’s Planning Department.

Sales of condos at the 391-unit South Tower began just over a month ago.

A spokesperson for developer Melo Group said that over 20% of units are already reserved, about 30 days after sales launched.

The South Tower is scheduled to launch construction in early 2022.

Aria Reserve will feature two towers, said to be the tallest waterfront residential twin tower project in the U.S.

The 60-story towers will top off at 637 feet above ground, or 649 feet above sea level.

In total, there will be 782 residential units and 1,608 parking spaces in the complex, according to the UDRB presentation.

 

 

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Anonymous
14 days ago

We need a baywalk for pedestrians and bikes.

Anonymous
14 days ago

Yaaaawwwwnnnnn…. yeah man…

Anonymous
14 days ago

Thank you 46 for a great economy!

Anonymous
13 days ago

We need the soccer stadium to be built on the Melreese golf course land.

Anonymous
13 days ago

“We need a baywalk for pedestrians and bikes”
Agreed. We need an International Airport, and maybe a cruiseship port too.

Anonymous
14 days ago

That area is going to be beautiful. We just need extension of Metromover

Anonymous
14 days ago

Where the study is proposing it to be extended already requires one to walk quite a bit, and you would be first to complain.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Geeezus Christ!.. okay that’s enough talk about needing an extension of Metromover.. we get it, WE GET IT!!!..

Anonymous
14 days ago

Melo is on fire!!

Anonymous
14 days ago

This hideous building should be on fire.

Anonymous
14 days ago

Beautiful and all but will they add a piece of the Baywalk?

Anonymous
14 days ago

required by law to do so.

Anonymous
14 days ago

Look at page 5 of the attached document. It clearly states they will open up over 500 linear feat of the bay for the Baywalk.

Anonymous
14 days ago

Great then!! Hopefully we’ll soon be able to walk/bike from downtown to midtown by the bay!

Anonymous
13 days ago

“bike from downtown to midtown”

Ahhh yes, more targets for the crazy drivers…

Anonymous
10 days ago

On the Baywalk…Try to read the entire sentence before replying.

Anonymous
14 days ago

this project apparently offers more sq footage at this price point than others….melo may not build iconic apt buildings but Aria on the bay and the buildings in omni are nicely landscaped and very well maintained

Anonymous
14 days ago

Baywalk from Downtown to 36th.. Nice!

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14 days ago

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Anonymous
14 days ago

Give all of Mana’s properties to Melo.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Agreed

Anonymous
14 days ago

Praise Melo give them the key to the city

Anonymous
14 days ago

Already been done 👍

EJS
14 days ago

We heart Melo! This going to be pretty amazing.

Anonymous
14 days ago

Am I the only one to notice that on the blueprint they say plan to make the sidewalks on the perpendicular roads only ~ 2 meters….. that is unwalkable…..

Anonymous
13 days ago

Well, ride a scooter then…

Anonymous
13 days ago

“that is unwalkable”
Wow…just how fat are you?

NYC Transplant
13 days ago

That’s just it! You’re walking along and then you (if you’re lucky) hear “ring ring ring” as six teenagers on scooters approach you from behind at 12-15 MPH. NYC is about to make scooter or e-bike hit and run a felony, just to put in perspective how much of a problem that is.

Anonymous
13 days ago

straight basura

Anonymous
13 days ago

Basically paraiso bay but instead of the bubbles we get a zig-zag line and call it design, still the same open hallway half assed design on the side facing edgewater too

do we all get to see the bay?
12 days ago

OMG the City has allowed 2 MORE streets blocked at the bay. So much for feeling the presence of the bay . The 2-3 story open space under the buildings is a joke.
WHAT DID THE DEVELOPER PAY THE CITY FOR THE STREETS THAT WERE VACATED?
There is great value to those waterfront street ends. We, City residents, own those streets. Did the Commission give them away?

Narrow sidewalks, blocked view corridors, meh design

Anonymous
14 days ago

The drawings are Woke !

Anonymous
13 days ago

LOL

Anonymous
13 days ago

That means the Baywalk should be ready by day after tomorrow.

Anonymous
14 days ago

Making Miami into a New York shithole!!

Anonymous
13 days ago

What about South America?